Yesterday we brought you info about T-Mobile’s sweet offer on LG G4 with free 128GB memory card, and today we are glad to announce that Verizon has already started accepting pre-orders on the LG’s recent flagship that also comes bundled with few extras. In case of the Big Red, the carrier added an extra battery, 32GB microSD card and charging cradle to every purchase of the phone. Additionally, all of you who make a quick decision to pre-order the device online on May 28 will get the phone before it hits the stores.
Verizon deal on LG G4
Starting from pricing, the LG G4 for Verizon will cost you $199.99 after signing 2-year pact with the carrier. The phone is available within Verizon Edge program for $0 down followed by twenty four monthly payments at $22.91. Additionally, if you don’t want to get into an installment deal, you can buy the handset straight from the carrier paying its full retail price of $549.99.
In comparison, T-Mobile is selling the contract-free phone for $599.79, which means that while buying from Verizon you will be able to save 50 bucks. Going further, the Verizon installment plan is also a bit cheaper, since the Magenta network charges $24.99 per month for 24 months.
As we mentioned before, customers who pre-order the phone today are promised to have their order shipped before June 4th which is when Verizon will begin in-store sales. Customers, who haven’t decided yet whether they want or not to become an owner of the LG G4, can head over to carrier’s selected stores and test the phone prior making decision.
The LG G4 is available in Metallic Gray and Black Leather color options. Additionally, Verizon is the exclusive distributor of the Ceramic White variant of the phone featuring 3D patterns. To make the deal even more compelling except for giving a free 32GB microSD card, extra battery and charging cradle, Verizon is also offering the LG G Pad X8.3 for only $49.99 for customers who will buy the LG G4. Anyone interested?